South Korean and Chinese presidents agree to share COVID-19 information

    Feb 20, 2020-Daegu, South Korea-Hospital Staff out of Corona virus check office at medical center in Daegu, South Korea. South Korea reported 31 new cases of the new coronavirus on Thursday, bringing the total number of infections here to 82, with most new cases centered on the southeastern city of Daegu. (Photo by Seung-il Ryu/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

    South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed to share information about the two countries’ coronavirus clinical treatment experiences during a phone call today.

    In a written statement, South Korea’s Blue House said that President Xi explained the Chinese government’s actions in response to the novel coronavirus and told President Moon that “the Chinese people has broken away from the initial fear and are seeing the prospect and hope of overcoming the infectious disease.”

    President Moon thanked President Xi for China’s active cooperation during South Koreans’ repatriation from China on charter flights, the Blue House said, adding that the South Korean government would like to add to the Chinese efforts in combating the novel coronavirus.

    The two leaders also agreed to share clinical treatment experiences and to strengthen cooperation between the countries’ quarantine authorities.

    Source: CNN News


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